Croakey has a mixed revenue stream that includes support from members of our funding consortium. There are four tiers of funding consortia:-
- Health Equity Champion
- Health Equity Star
- Health Equity Heart, and
- Health Equity Supporter
The details of each tier can be found here and a list of current consortium members is outlined below.
Social journalism activities, including the Croakey Conference News Service and #CroakeyGO events, also provide funding.
We also generate funds for our public interest journalism activities from our commercial arm: Croakey Professional Services, which provides consultancy and training services. We also apply for grants from various bodies to support public interest journalism activities.
Funding Consortium members
Previous consortium members
The Public Health Advocacy Institute
Palliative Care Australia
Centre for Health Policy, University of Melbourne
Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, UNSW
McCusker Centre for Action on Alcohol and Youth
School of Public Health, University of Sydney
School of Public Health, University of New South Wales
College of Medicine & Public Health, Flinders University
School of Health Sciences, University of South Australia
Rural and Remote Medical Services
Australasian College of Health Service Management
School of Population and Global Health, University of Western Australia
Donors to inaugural #CroakeyFundingDrive, December 2022
Professional Services Clients
Writing and editing of book – Minum Barreng: The Story of the Indigenous Eye Health Unit
Conference News Service Clients
For a full list of our Conference News Service reporting clients, please go here.
Cohealth sponsored #CroakeyGO #VicVotes
NWMPHN sponsored #CroakeyGO #NavigatingHealth
IPC Health sponsored #CroakeyGO #HeatwaveHealth
A heartfelt thankyou to all of our generous sponsors, funders and individuals who make our work possible.
Thompson Geer Lawyers have taken Croakey to the next phase of our evolution.
In 2018, they established Croakey as an organisation and supported us through the establishment of Croakey as a Not-For-Profit entity.